Murphy, J; (2003) Knowledge Management - Setting the Scene. In: (Proceedings) Knowledge Management for Health and Social Care. : London.
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22-23 May 2003 Paper presents an overview of the field of Health Informatics, using Daniel Bell's book, The Coming of Post Industrial Society, as a framework. Considers the NHS agenda in relation to KM and contrasts this to the status quo. Draws on Maggie Haines' work to outline what needs to be done. Concludes by describing what's been achieved and the obstacles to created a knowledge-based health service.
|Title:||Knowledge Management - Setting the Scene|
|Event:||Knowledge Management for Health and Social Care|
|Dates:||2003-05-22 - 2003-05-23|
|Additional information:||Invited to chair the second day and provide opening talk for the day and to summarise the conference. Attended by knowledge managers working in the NHS / Department of Health|
|Keywords:||Knowledge Management, Origins, NHS Agenda, Status quo, Achievements, Obstacles|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME|
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